Justin Henceroth is the Director of FieldSight and Innovation Program Manager at UNOPS where he leads the development and implementation of new solutions to address humanitarian and development challenges.
FieldSight is the first mobile platform for monitoring, supervision, and quality assurance of infrastructure, humanitarian, and public sector projects that is currently being used in 14 countries to support more than 70,000 project sites. With a background crossing design, science, and public policy, he is able to leverage a diverse set of skills to develop innovative solutions to core challenges in the development and humanitarian sector. Before his work on FieldSight, Justin worked as a mediator and researcher on urban resilience and natural resource management projects in both Southeast Asia and the US for agencies including USAID, the Rockefeller Foundation, US Forest Service, US Department of Homeland Security, US Federal Emergency Management Agency, and the State of Colorado. Justin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from The Colorado College, a Masters in Design for Risk and Resilience from Harvard University, and is a 2005 Boettcher Scholar and 2012 Henry Luce Scholar. Originally from Colorado, USA, he speaks English, Thai, and Spanish.
26 Jun 2019
Read Session Report DEAL SHARE LIVE From 2014 to 2017, Asia-Pacific nations were affected by over 500 natural disasters, which impacted 650 million people and caused the deaths of 33,000 people (World Economic Forum data). This session will showcase technologies…Read More